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3rd Summer International Masonic Workshop

You are most welcome to attend the Third Summer International Masonic Workshop that will be held in Athens, Greece, between Wednesday August 23rd and Sunday August 27th 2017.

The event is a unique opportunity for Freemasons around the world, as well as for anyone interested in Freemasonry, and their families to meet, get acquainted and discuss options and opinions on Freemasonry, while they enjoy a summer break next to an idyllic beach. Participants sharing an interest in the Craft will have the chance, in a casual laid-back atmosphere, to communicate, exchange ideas and thoughts, to see old friends and to make new ones.

The aim of this Workshop is to provide an overview of the most recent topics concerning the Masonic Fraternity, such as the role of Freemasonry in the 21st century, Regularity, recognition and fraternal relations, Masonic research etc. The Workshop, which is not affiliated to any masonic or academic body, focuses to host important discussions, to present different perspectives in modern Freemasonry, to offer options for expression, to bridge the fields of tradition and research, to expose participants to new ideas, to create a transfer of knowledge.

The Workshop is not in any way a tyled event nor is there going to be any associated tyled meetings. Participation to the Third Summer International Masonic Workshop does not require affiliation to any masonic or academic body, nor does it confer any masonic membership.

The organizers have established a list of panels and have invited several distinguished guest speakers, who will deliver papers and lectures:

  • Dr. Susan Mitchell Sommers, Professor of History at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, USA: “James Anderson and the Myth of 1717”.
  • Dr. David Harrison, Masonic historian and archaeologist who has written eight books on the history of Freemasonry: “Byron, Freemasonry and the Carbonari”.
  • Dr. Remzi Sanver, Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Turkey: “Sufism at the crossroad of two traditions: thoughts on initiation and Islam”.
  • Robert Bashford, Leading Masonic researcher and lecturer, Past Grand Officer of the Grand Lodge of Ireland, and editor of the renowned masonic website “The origins of The Grand Council of Knight Masons in the year 2553 of Knight Masonry”.
  • Philippa Faulks, Author, ghostwriter, editor and journalist: “Count Cagliostro’s ‘Egyptian Rite of Freemasonry’ - product of a miracle worker or man of straw?”.
  • Prof. Valdis Pirags, Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Latvia: “Freemasonry as the method of attaining Enlightenment”.

Note: During the sessions of the conference several attendees, from various countries, will present short papers. Call for papers deadline: May 31st, 2017.

The program of the conference, besides keynote lectures and short papers presentation, includes a welcome cocktail reception, a sightseeing tour, a film viewing and open discussion about masonic references in cinema, and a farewell dinner on the beach.


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